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Hanoi Jane Fonda is a Shame Bloodhound

Appropriately, the background of her Twitter page is outer space. Now I know why.

What Jared Loughner is not

Talk about border crossings...this woman redefined treason, now she's discovered the edge of the universe. That's how far you'd need to reach to find this to be anywhere near acceptable commentary from someone who partied with the Viet Cong.

Notice how familiar she is with who Glenn Beck is she cant even spell his name or Twitter handle correctly. I'm glad she knows what she's talking about.

She wants to SHAME Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin? I would be white-hot pissed about this if she wasn't such an authority on it. After all...

Please, someone tell me how to say "shut your traitorous mouth" in Vietnamese

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What Jared Loughner is NOT

Michael Ramirez is simply the best there is at what he does...see more here.

What Jared Loughner is not

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Conservative Satire Headlines January 11, 2011

An MSNBC internal poll finds CBS poll finding "political rhetoric and Tucson are unrelated" is unrelated to their own rhetoric.

Bill Clinton laments on how politics have degenerated, pines for the days when presidents could lie to grand juries.

Congress hails Peter King's proposal to ban guns around it's members within 1000 feet as an improvement over current laws on the books designed to deter murder.

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Sterilizing Our "Rhetoric"

If the left wants to ban rhetoric and sayings that are kind of tangentially but not really is offensive and dangerous, like put targets on a map (something they've also done but in a totally irrelevant way) then EVERYTHING should be on the table...

Target - Retail superstore my foot, that place is a country club for assassins.

Kill two birds with one stone - this one is to please PETA, besides its more efficient to say "thats efficient," so banning this kills two birds with one stone.

French fries - Someone might nuke France, lets call it something like "potato fingers", that would encourage about spud buddies...too fun, kids will like that, which means Michelle wont...OH! I got it!!! We'll just ban them.

Egg beaters - "Planned Parenthood" says the proper terminology is "choice," thanks.

Hope - It rhymes with rope. Why do you want to associate rope with a black man? Racist...


Bullet train - don't ask me if calling it that is more or less dangerous than a Hummer with a leaky fuel line...God's existence is easier to prove.

Teleprompters - I can't have fancy gadgets like the president to help me find the words to describe how I feel, guess I have to use my fists.

YOU LIE! - The person who says this is obviously telling saying to go find a coffin.

Sh*t faced - If thats not racist against minorities then why don't white people get "bird-sh*t faced?"

High on life - Not without prescription we can tax pal

Hotter than Hell - Not to atheists

Wife beater - Why do you want to make Barney Frank feel left out?...Homophobe.

Club Med -  is not a euphemism for what ObamaCare is doing to medicine

Killin' time - Don't you dare accuse the Obama Administration of murder!

Soda jerk - there is no reason to name call just because Michelle Obama wants children to be healthy ...

Mailman - Biden thinks this is sexist, and the women who do this work should be called Femailmen.

Heart attack - liberals think that's Cheney's weapon of choice when he's not hunting

Targeted tax cuts - If we can't put targets on maps then how dare we put them on liberals' beloved taxes?

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Guns Don't Kill People, Talk Radio Does?

This is getting to be SO OLD now....It looks like someone finally came unhinged...

"The kind of rhetoric that flows from people like Rush Limbaugh, in my judgment he is irresponsible, uses partial information, sometimes wrong information," Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik said today. "[Limbaugh] attacks people, angers them against government, angers them against elected officials and that kind of behavior in my opinion is not without consequences....The vitriol affects the [unstable] personality that we are talking about," he said. "You can say, 'Oh no, it doesn't,' but my opinion is that it does."

I'm really confused. Does this guy solves crime based on his opinion or the evidence at hand? What evidence does this moron have that Limbaugh could even begin to be responsible for what an insane person does?

How are the WORDS of Rush Limbaugh responsible for what this lunatic did relative to the ACTIONS of...

Leftist protesters?!?

Boy oh boy I'll bet Pima County must have A LOT of cold cases with Sherrif Fife in charge.

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I'm Confused, Does The College Democrat Logo Look Like Falling or Shooting Stars?

Whichever it may be, it's definitely WAY over the top...

College Democrats Logo

...and I hope this doesn't inspire some crazy person to light themselves on fire and sky dive onto a gas station, because I don't want join talk radio and Fox News in going through the motions of pointing out how something like that is obviously connected to the rhetoric that comes out of MSNBC.

Then again, I might not have to say so, because THAT would go without saying wouldn't it?

(seriously now) This is almost...almost...worse than the new official logo the Democrats use. I don't know, maybe its just me...but probably not.

At least this one makes sense. Just sayin'...I'm sure this was a banner they were proud to carry with them into the last election.

This is what they get for following me on Twitter, I would've never seen this otherwise (or it would have taken a while).


After sharing this post on Free Republic I got a lot of great perspectives on this logo, here are a few of them:

The logo appears to have red spikes.

On first glance, they look like daggers. Next glance, they look like tentacles, reaching into every corner of our lives. Or they could be flames, destroying our way of life.

Stars with skid-marks?! Just a thought.

the only shooting stars that come to mind when I think of Democrats are the drug-addled variety in Hollyweird...

Looks like Freddie Krugger wiped his claws in that rag. Definitely a symbol of death and hate. Ban it!

Someone threw three rocks through the window and now the house is on fire.

Where are the other 54 stars?

It’s a burning flag.

Starfish cooking on a grill

How patriotic! It’s the stars and carrots.

Looks like weird red fingers coming out.

I dunno, if you rotate it left it looks kinda like a flat birthday cake with 6 weird red candles and three stars.

Those red stripes look like knives or swords.

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Your One-Stop Shop For "Progressive" Hate

Thanks to Michelle Malkin for The progressive “climate of hate:” An illustrated primer, 2000-2010.

Bookmark this. In a perfect world the information on this one post would be the final word on left-wing hypocrisy and the moral chasm they live in when it comes to their sanctimony toward the right on violence.

For now we can use it as ammo in the public discourse war.

In a perfect world that last sentence would be considered quite a perfect world.

Imagine no liberals

Relax liberals, after's not a target!.

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Mourning For Tucson Has Become "First Things Last"

The tragedy in Tucson has left me feeling a number of emotions. Confusion, frustration, anger, incredulity. One thing that has been missing until the very real lives of the victims truly started to sink in was sadness, and then anger again.

This time the anger was directed mostly at the left's distraction from the fact that this is a tragedy, and a little bit at myself because of the need to indulge them and fight it.

Good innocent people died and I've been too fired up over how callously easy it has been for people on the left have been to attribute this massacre to conservatives before the blood hit the ground, to say nothing of not knowing this man's name.

I've felt a little disgusted with the last few posts. I wish I didn't have to go into this subject matter in the way that I did. I don't regret them, nor do I take back a single solitary syllable because they were purposeful.

The left is using the deaths of innocent people to launch a brazen attack on the concept of free speech in order to silence rhetoric it doesn't like by tying it to a massacre, which as far as anyone can tell was fueled by psychosis and not politics.

I'm not going to list the examples of their hypocrisy, which are encyclopedic at this point. I'm also not going to detail how totally bankrupt the merit of their logic has been. I've done so too much over the last couple of days. While I recognize that the assault, and the lies, and the bottomless pits of liberals that should be filled but shame never will be will continue to carry on almost unabated, my point has been made.

"Progressive" liberals lecturing the nation on political rhetoric should be doing so while staring into a mirror, not television cameras. If there was anything that went beyond a point that is "beyond the pale" they discovered it on Saturday.

I will never stop fighting this type of barbarism. I will never stand by and say nothing as it unfolds before me, but I'll never relish fighting it either, because in the end it is a growing symptom of a societal disease that is much bigger than this tragedy.

There is no hell hot enough for people who do what Jared Loughner, sane or not, did. Those on the left who have attempted, and continue to attempt, to profit from what he did need to know the thermostat is only a couple a couple of degrees cooler for them....maybe.

My thoughts and prayers go out to all of the victims of this tragedy, and saying so is two days overdue. If you haven't had a chance to see who these real people who died on Saturday are you can do so here.

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Blaming Palin Becomes Obvious After the Straight Jacket Buckle is Fastened

Howard Kurtz at The Daily Beast on the zombie-like like feeding frenzy the left is having with Sarah Palin over the Tucson massacre:

I hate to say this, but the blame game is already under way.

It began within hours of Saturday's horrifying shooting of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and nearly 20 others, even before the gunman was identified.

One of the first to be dragged into this sickening ritual of guilt by association: Sarah Palin....

This isn't about a nearly year-old Sarah Palin map; it's about a lone nutjob who doesn't value human life....

Andrew Sullivan over at The Atlantic offers a rebuttal creatively titled, Mr Kurtz, He [sic] Dead Wrong, which posits this "disintigrates upon even momentary reflection."

When public officials are gunned down in public, it is deeply relevant to figure out why, and to ask questions and seek answers immediately. Those questions and answers will inevitably involve politics. To describe this process as "sickening" is a bizarre view for a journalist.

Is that how the process works? That's interesting, because I was under the impression that the process actually went something like this:

1. We could Google Jared Loughner to discover if he left a digital paper trail of insanity. He did, and it was on Myspace...remember Myspace? He must've not wanted to it to be seen.

2. While in the custody of law enforcement, agents should start a blog speculating that he got his trigger-happy high from conservative rhetoric such as "if they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun" - wait....oh yeah, Obama said that.


2. While in the custody of law enforcement, agents could...I don't know...ASK HIM why he did it, and after he shows them an unopened prescription bottle of "psycho-be-gone" they could hand their findings over to Andrew Sullivan, who would now have a rational basis for blaming Sarah Palin.

Nevermind the fact Loughner apparently had a fixation on Giffords since 2007, a bygone time when liberals had to be reminded that Alaska was still a state, much less know who Sarah Palin was.

Nevermind the fact that a person who personally knew Loughner said he was of the liberal persuasion.

Nevermind the fact that he included in his roster of favorite books "The Communist Manifesto."

Nevermind the fact there is a clear history and trail of people concerned that he was in serious need of psychiatric help before Sarah Palin ever uttered a single syllable of the rhetoric in question.

No, none of these things have any relevance to in the "mind" of the likes of Andrew Sullivan. This map...

Palin target map

Oh my gosh, I'm SO SORRY, this is the wrong map! THIS map was created by the Democratic Leadership Council after the 2004 election, and has no relevance whatsoever to the discussion. You see, they used bullseyes, so the only risk they ran was inflaming archers to violence.

Once again, I apologize. Lets try this one more time, this map...

Palin target map the sole reason Jared Loughner got the idea to assassinate Gabrielle Giffords. If only Palin had the foresight to use icons of doves, or ice cream cones, or happy-faced emoticons instead of icons of crosshairs.....IF ONLY....then maybe instead of an assassin Loughner would be a overweight bird-whisperer with brain freeze, diabetes, and a smile so big it would exhaust the Joker.

That's assuming he even saw the map, if he didn't then liberals better start coming up with ways how Palin's Facebook antics could influence someone galavanting around Myspace.

Or are they going to stick with the "because we say so" strategy. That could work out well for them, because I think that line of thinking comes with the tailor that handled Loughner's straight of charge.

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The Media & The Shooter

I've tried, but I can't put what's going on with the Tucson tragedy better than this from Erick Erickson at Red State

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